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These Celtic Prayer Beads are the epitome of the Irish isles. The Celtic cross origins date back to the Early Middle Ages of Ireland and Britain.

This 33-bead rosary features a double-sided Celtic cross decorated with an ornate trefoil motif reminiscent of the stone crosses found throughout the islands. The turquoise magnesite beads are gorgeous in color, symmetrical and well matched, the natural stone feels sturdy but lightweight. Easy to carry in your pocket, these prayer beads are constructed to last through many prayer recitals.

Celtic High Cross
Inspired by the colors and sights of Ireland and it's stone crosses.

Prayer Beads Details

  • Materials: Magnesite, Celtic Cross
  • Colors: Turquoise Blue, Silver
  • Bead Size: 6mm Weeks - 8mm Cruciforms
  • Measurements: 8-inch length, 1-inch cross.
  • Guide on how to pray the Anglican rosary.
  • Drawstring pouch for safekeeping included.
  • Packaged in a gift box.

View bead size information in our:

Bead Size Guide

What's Included?

Packaged With Love: Your prayer beads will arrive with a drawstring pouch for safekeeping, packaged in a gift box with an instructional pamphlet on praying the Anglican rosary with sample prayers.

Craftsmanship Guarantee: If your prayer beads break within 90-days of purchase we will repair them for you. View Our Guarantee

Gift Giving: Shipping directly to a gift recipient? We will send a complimentary greeting card on your behalf, simply include your message in the Order Notes section during checkout.

Made In The USA

Unspoken Elements is a small artisan business, our products are designed and handmade in the USA with loving care. We ship nationwide and to many countries around the world.

Designed to be functional for daily prayer we hand select each bead and use the strongest professional jewelry wire to ensure longevity.

Each rosary is made with high-quality genuine semiprecious gemstones, natural wood, or glass beads.

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Check out our guide to praying the Anglican rosary and symbolism of Christian prayer beads.